The kitchen window sill.

The kitchen widow sill. Drawing Luke Hockley.

The kitchen widow sill. Drawing Luke Hockley.

Dear Self,

Our kitchen window sill has a continual cycle of the charming things that make life feel special.

At the moment, there are some cuttings that are creating roots for themselves, a cactus that we are taking care of for a friend, various small tea light candles, a blueberry plant that is awaiting a cool day for planting, a random milk jug, two small cups and a lovely little tea pot.

These things change slowly over time, somewhat of a mystery to me when and why and how they change, but it’s always pleasant to catch up with the latest happenings on our kitchen window sill.



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